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Cannabis has been a popular plant since ancient times because of the psychological and physical effects it brings. Several positive and medicinal properties are attributed to it. This is due to the active ingredients in marijuana, known as cannabinoids tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). And there are several studies showing that cannabis helps with various conditions. Whether this also applies to cannabis oil for cancer, we'd like to tell you more about that in this article.

Medicinal effects of cannabis

According to the Office of Medicinal Cannabis, there is sufficient scientific data to show that cannabis helps with various conditions. There is no evidence that it cures these conditions, but it does help alleviate symptoms. For example, medicinal marijuana can help with:

  • Pain from cancer, multiple sclerosis, rheumatism and chronic intestinal inflammation.
  • Reduced appetite, emaciation and weakness in cancer and AIDS
  • Muscle cramps and muscle twitching
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Prolonged nerve pain, phantom pain or chronic pain.
  • Tics in Tourette's syndrome


Medicinal cannabis vs marijuana

Cannabis was for many years only seen as a recreational drug, but in recent years it has also been widely used for its medicinal properties. Since 2003, it has been prescribed by doctors and pharmacists as medicine. And since 2015, doctors have also been allowed to prescribe it. But not all cannabis is suitable for medicinal use. This is because medicinal cannabis, compared to other cannabis, contains higher levels of CBD.

Buy medicinal marijuana

Medicinal cannabis is available at pharmacies and online shops. It can be bought in a dried form or as an oil. Another cannabis strain you can use for medicinal purposes are feminised seeds. Dried marijuana can be inhaled with a vaporizer or drunk as a tea. You can simply drip cannabis oil under your tongue.

Effects of medicinal marijuana

There are two main active substances in medicinal cannabis: THC and CBD. The ratio between these two substances determines what effect the marijuana has. In general, THC works as a medicine and can, for instance, make you feel less pain or make you feel like eating again. CBD also works as a medicine, but this substance is more relaxing. In addition, CBD reduces the stimulating effect of THC.

Cannabis-oil against cancer

A frequently asked question is whether cannabis-oil helps with cancer. And although we cannot give a concrete answer to this, many cancer patients decide to use marijuana to supplement their regular treatment. Mainly to counter the side effects of chemotherapy, such as nausea, loss of appetite and insomnia.

Patients use marijuana in many different forms. Previously, patients were advised to make tea, roll a joint or use a vaporizer. Three good ways to ingest the active ingredients THC and CBD. But nowadays, you increasingly see patients using cannabis oil against the symptoms caused by cancer.

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Effects of THC oil in cancer

Weed oil, also known as THC oil, can help counter the side effects of regular cancer treatment. This is evident from various studies and patient testimonials. It can help with:

  • Reducing nausea and vomiting
  • Soothe pain associated with cancer
  • Anxiety and depression
  • To sleep better

Buy THC oil

Unfortunately, cannabis-oil is illegal in the Netherlands and not available in online shops or drugstores. Another good alternative is CBD oil. This can also reduce cancer symptoms. For the readers among us with green fingers, CBD or medicinal cannabis seeds are also a good alternative. And finally, you can also make your own cannabis-oil.